Monday, October 31, 2011

SiF #304 - Topics in Dating: Are you trying too Hard or Playing Hard to Get?

Are you trying too hard or playing hard to get? The gang strikes up a conversation on dating, addressing this question and more!

Laura Rad shares a story of a date proposal gone wrong. Coochie recounts her dating adventures. Gay Rick insists that you stop being creepy. The gang talks about online profiles and the advantages and disadvantages of disclosing every little thing you do during the day.



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Sunday, October 30, 2011

SiF - The Smitten Kitten Live Show Announcement

Back by popular demand, Sex is Fun! will be recording another show at The Smitten Kitten and everyone is invited! Meet Laura Rad, Gay Rick, and Coochie, listen to them discuss the always exciting topic of threesomes, and throw out your comments for the recorded show.

What are some of the benefits and challenges to keep in mind? Are there different types of three-ways? Are you going to be left crying in the corner or will you be cumming on your partners from the corner of the bed?

Come to The Smitten Kitten in Minneapolis on Thursday, November 10th from 7pm-9pm. There will be fantastic deals and glorious give-aways. To learn more, head to sexisfun.net.

Monday, October 24, 2011

SiF #303 - Fisting

Coochie tells us all about one of her new favorite activities-fisting! She tells the crew why fisting is hot and intimate as well as covering all the how-tos and the definitely-don'ts of this handy skill.  Laura talks about fisting before vaginal birth. Gay Rick asks about feelings.

Resources:
A Hand in the Bush: The Fine Art of Vaginal Fisting by Deborah Addington

Mistress Joanne Chicago
http://www.powerexchangeweddings.com/
https://fetlife.com/Mistress_Joanne
We interviewed Mistress Joanne on SiF episodes #180 & #181

Trust: The Hand Book: A Guide to the Sensual and Spiritual Art of Handballing by Bert Herrman



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Tuesday, October 18, 2011

Creating Sex Education that Improves Quality of Life

Creating Sex Education that Improves Quality of Life

Kidder Stands Up!Hi there, I'm Kidder Kaper. I'm an author, podcaster, sex educator, blogger, yada, yada, and I think it is time that we radically change our approach to the way we view and deliver sex education. Traditionally, sex education has taken either a left or right turn down a two forked road. The left road usually concerns itself with medically accurate facts often abandoning the emotional components of sex to be experienced without guidance by its audience. The road on the right is often an single lane highway littered with lies, guided by morality toward an end goal of complete and total abstinence. Though I tend to choose the left road when given only two options, I find myself wondering what we want sex education to be and how we intend for it to improve the lives of its students.

It seems to me that both medically accurate and abstinence only sex education methods, as they are currently delivered, ignores many facets of the human experience that make sex a life-long pleasure that can be experienced safely with proper preparation and guidance. If the goal of education isn't designed to make life better for those that receive it in as many ways as possible, then why do it at all? Why is sex treated as though it were toxic?

Sexual shame is everywhere. It is easy to blame religion for starting this as religion is largely at fault, but now sex negativity is just as likely to come from secular sources as it is from religious wackadoos. The difference between the church is that it kept sex shameful and in the closet, but the secular media made it publish and used sex as a way to pass judgment on our neighbors, vilify hypocritical religious leaders, and even impeach presidents. Not all of this is bad. In fact, pulling sex out of the closet for public consumption is often quite healthy. While, I enjoy reading about an anti-gay reverend caught choking on cock at a highway rest stop as much as the next person, negating the entire career of a teacher simply because her boyfriend snapped a shot of her tits twenty years ago is completely insane.

We, as a people, handle sexual issues with a large degree of insanity. On one hand we vilify the harmless private sexual activities of consenting adults, yet continue to pay patronage and tithings to a church that has been caught red-handed protecting dangerous pedophiles. Sexually transmitted diseases and teen pregnancies continue to increase in number as sexual education continues to exclude information about contraceptives and even the basic understanding of the human sexual condition. We're arresting teenagers as child pornographers for sending pictures of their bodies to other teenagers. We're actually criminalizing consensual teenage sexual experimentation and willing to brand them with a scarlet letter for life that puts them in the very same camp as child molesters. There is even a district attorney that promises to prosecute any teacher who dares to teach their students about contraceptives. Sex education isn't just a matter of debate any longer, it is now a crime.

In my humble opinion it is long since time to start at square one and build sexual education materials that significantly improve the lives of the people that receive it. For fans of O.W.L. (Our Whole Lives) as offered by the Unitarian Universalists, get ready because we're gonna take what they've started and make it a Technicolor adventure that's never been attempted in the past. This is the Kaper Method and to compare it to O.W.L. would be like comparing the OmniTheater to a nickelodeon.

Sex education materials that follow the Kaper Method must adhere to the following criteria:

  • Teach the values of self-worth, sexual health, responsibility, justice and inclusivity
  • Be created age appropriate for the following audiences, 0-4, 5-10, 11-15, 16-18, 19-35, and older adults.
  • Be produced and presented with the finest, up-to-date information and anatomically correct art, animation, photography and film available
  • Be unafraid of offending any religion, creed, or ideology, should entertaining that fear compromise the accuracy of the educational materials
  • Be distributed in manners that are reproducible and 100% free to the students who receive them

The sex education that I'm talking about teaches its students about their bodies in a manner that is free from judgment and answers every question that they have with the best information humanity can offer.

A sample of what I'm talking about can be seen here in this comic we created about how to properly use a tampon. Prior to this comic, young women were forced to learn how to use tampons largely on their own due to the prudish instructions offered to them in the past. This comic was cost effective to produce, easy to understand, and infinitely accessible on the internet by nearly everyone nearly everywhere. It can even be printed and distributed freely by anyone who wishes to reproduce it. This comic represents just a fleeting glimpse of what is possible if we put our heads and pennies together and did something really meaningful for ourselves, our children, and the generations who follow.

 

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Monday, October 17, 2011

SiF #302 Monogamy of the Heart

Rick slams science into the crew's sex lives with a study about relationship satisfaction in monogamous and non-monogamous gay male couples.  The crew breaks down all the science-y talk into information that is applicable to your relationship whether gay or straight, mono or super duper slutty.  Does science think you're wrong for spreading the love around?  Who had the most and least relationship satisfaction according to this study? Rick, Laura Rad, and Coochie answer all these questions and more!



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Monday, October 10, 2011

SiF #301 - Body Fluids.


What is most dangerous? Semen? Vaginal Fluid? Anal Mucus? Salvia? Tears? Breast Milk?





It's time to talk about body fluids with Laura Rad, Coochie and Gay Rick. What makes exchanging them so hot? Gay Rick loves dumping a load and taking a load. Coochie talks about the duality of the vagina and its body fluids. Laura Rad learns about the risks of anal mucous. The gang talks about barriers, barebacking and relationships. Coochie tells Laura Rad and Gay Rick to shut the fuck up and wrap things up all while promoting safer sex.

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Wednesday, October 5, 2011

SiF - The Smitten Kitten Live Show Ad

Back by popular demand, Sex is Fun! will be recording another show at The Smitten Kitten and everyone is invited!  Meet Laura Rad, Coochie, and Gay Rick, listen to them discuss the always exciting topic of threesomes, and throw out your comments for the recorded show.  What are some of the benefits and challenges to keep in mind?  Are there different types of three-ways?  Are you going to be left crying in the corner or will you be cumming on your partners from the corner of the bed?  Come to The Smitten Kitten in Minneapolis on Thursday, November 10th from 7pm-9pm.  There will be fantastic deals and glorious give-aways.  Learn more about the Sex is Fun Live Show!





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Monday, October 3, 2011

SiF #300 - Why Sex is Fun


As Laura Rad and Gay Rick take over as hosts, they discuss with Coochie what the name “Sex is Fun!” means to them.  The gang talks about some of the limits of the name and why being sex-positive is important.  Is the gang about to get too nerdy and alienate folks?  They wrap things up by talking about goals for the show moving forward. If the new format could be compared to anything, and Gay Rick got his way, it would sound like “This American Sex Life!”

We want your feedback and we want it bad. We want it so bad that we’ll even beg for it. Please give us your feedback, ideas, comments and be a part of the show!!!



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